Unusual Result

A candy company claims that 92% of consumers like their candies. To test this claim, 9571 people are selected at random from those who have eaten the company's candies. 791 rate the candies as unsatisfactory. Is this an unusual result (show criterion for determining the answer to this question)? Also, how do you interpret your statistical result in terms of the company's claim.

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<br>What is your null hypothesis?
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<br>H0: 8 % of people dislike the candy
<br>Ha: not 8% of people dislike the candy
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<br>You would then have to do a t-test to test for this.
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<br>you subtract your computed proportion of people who dont like ...